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    save money on connectors

    hi everyone
    when it comes to purchasing connectors for the leo bodnar interface
    card ,you can save money by purchasing radio control servo leads
    from any model shop or ebay they have the same pitch for the pins.
    cheers dave

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    Re: save money on connectors

    Quote Originally Posted by davemuir View Post
    hi everyone
    when it comes to purchasing connectors for the leo bodnar interface
    card ,you can save money by purchasing radio control servo leads
    from any model shop or ebay they have the same pitch for the pins.
    cheers dave
    or if you're good with a soldering iron, you can get these from Rapid in the UK.
    http://www.rapidonline.com/Cables-Co...-sockets/76075
    rgds

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    Re: save money on connectors

    I use 2 way connectors with the standard 0.1" (2.54mm) pitch on my LED's as I hate soldering so much. Has the benefit of making them 'plug n play'.